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Parsons passes drug policy

August 11, 2014 PARSONS — City of Parsons employees will now be required to submit to drug and alcohol testing. more »»

National Champions

August 11, 2014 BUCKHANNON — One local group has twirled and danced their way to bringing 11 national titles to Buckhannon. more »»

Evidence Debate

August 9, 2014 ELKINS — Several motions were made to suppress evidence in the case of a Dailey man accused of fatally stabbing a classmate at Tygarts Valley High School. Thomas Chevy Vas, 18, was indicted Fe. more »»

Commission to meet on Armory plan

August 9, 2014 ELKINS — The Randolph County Commission plans to meet in the coming days to discuss how best to proceed regarding the proposed purchase of the former Elkins National Guard Armory. more »»

Visitors Center attracts 19K to Randolph

August 9, 2014 ELKINS — More than 19,000 guests visited the Randolph County Convention and Visitors Bureau Visitor Center in the last year. more »»

Back-to-school shopping keeps students, parents busy

August 9, 2014 ELKINS — The start of a new school year brings an array of preparations, and area students are out this weekend selecting items they need to begin classes. more »»

Armory deal passes first reading

August 8, 2014 ELKINS — Elkins City Council approved on its first reading Thursday an ordinance allowing the city and the Randolph County Commission to purchase the former Elkins National Guard Armor. more »»

Levy funds transfered for Harman repairs

August 8, 2014 ELKINS — Plans to make emergency repairs at Harman School moved a step forward Thursday when the Randolph County Board of Education unanimously voted to transfer $60,000 from another fund toward... more »»

Pipeline Plans

August 8, 2014 ELKINS — Using a hula hoop as a visual aide, several people spoke in opposition to Dominion Resources’ planned 42-inch natural gas transmission pipeline during Thursday’s Randolph County Commission... more »»

Newlon hearing date pushed back

August 8, 2014 ELKINS — A hearing to determine criminal responsibility for an 84-year-old Gilman man accused of murder was rescheduled for Aug. 26 Thursday. more »»

Quilt set to highlight annual United Way Auction fundraiser

August 8, 2014 ELKINS — A total of 30 different blocks, each one unique, have been embroidered, appliqued or pieced, and then put together to form a work of art — the 2014 United Way Quilt. more »»

Nursing home worker’s case moving ahead

August 8, 2014 ELKINS — A Belington woman accused of financially exploiting an individual under her care at a local nursing home waived her right to a preliminary hearing in Randolph County Magistrate Court... more »»

Elkins man arrested after scuffle with sheriff’s deputy

August 8, 2014 ELKINS — An Elkins man was arrested after becoming combative with police while carrying several knives, according to a press release from the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office. more »»

Commission pledges funds for Harman

August 8, 2014 ELKINS — The Randolph County Commission voted unanimously Thursday to contribute $25,000 from coal severance tax revenue to assist in making emergency repairs to Harman School. more »»

Harman closure plan halts funding

August 7, 2014 HARMAN — State officials decided against providing emergency funding for necessary repairs at Harman School after seeing documents that show the Randolph County Board of Education plans to... more »»

Wilfong hearing to start Monday

August 7, 2014 ELKINS — Randolph County Circuit Court Judge Jaymie Godwin Wilfong will face a nine-member Judicial Hearing Board next week that will determine her future on the bench. more »»

Johnson terminated

August 7, 2014 ELKINS — The Randolph County Board of Education voted Wednesday to terminate the employment of an Elkins High School teacher charged with soliciting a minor student at the school. Donald A. more »»

Derek Shifflett to get new trial

August 7, 2014 ELKINS — A Randolph County man who was found guilty on sexual assault and incest charges in February will receive a new trial due to questions about a juror’s impartiality. On Feb. more »»



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